Camboriu attracts tourists of Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and different parts of the world. It is located in Santa Catarina state and 1066 Km away from Rio de Janeiro. The main attractions of the city are beaches, cable car and waterfall.
The word Camboriu has different meanings. Somebody says, it means robalo, a well known fish in the area. Camboriu has about 8 beaches, which are really good places for surfing and boating. The calmer beaches are to the south of the city. Almost every beach has restaurants. To name some of the beaches are Estaleiro (Shipyard), Amores (Loves), Laranjeiras (Orange trees) etc.
Hotel Hamburgo Palace, Camboriú center
Features: 150 meters from beach. Apartments with phone, TV, air conditioned, minibar, security box. Swimming pool for adults and kids. Sauna, play room, pool, parking. Cofee shop, restaurante, breakfast. Internet. Gym.
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Topazio Hotel, Camboriú center
Features: 80 meters from beach, close to shopping and stores. Apartments with TV, air conditioning, minibar, garage, restaurant, beach service.
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Vieiras Hotel, Camboriú center
Features: 350 meters from beach. Climatized swimming pool, american bar, playroom, room service, internet 24 hs, fax and email reception. Barbecue, beach service, restaurant garage.
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Villa Germania Inn, Camboriú
Features: 2 blocks from sea, 7 minutes walking. Apartments with balcony, TV, minibar, bathroom, box type beds, breakfast served in room. Accepts only 12 years older guests.
Price: Low - Medium
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Camboriu City, Brazil
Praia Laranjeiras, Camboriu
Laranjeiras (Orange trees) - it is about 6 km to the south of the downtown and it's almost 1 km of extension, and has bars, restaurants and boat sails. Camboriu is famous for the cable car which (uniquely in the world) links two beaches. The city has a statue similar to the Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) in Rio de Janeiro, called Cristo Luz, but rather the one in Camboriu portrays Jesus with a broad-brimmed hat on his shoulder, which houses a spotlight that shines out to sea.